12 Jeopardy! Clues October 2, 2017

Here are 2 triple stumpers from the 10-2-2017 Jeopardy! match.

WELCOME BACK, U.S. SUPREME COURT ($600) Thank her, the first female dean of Harvard Law, for getting a Froyo machine installed in the cafeteria (See No. 3)

WHAT THE “L”? ($1200) In the ACLU, a group that loves the U.S. Constitution (The L word)

They had 2 LEAP YEAR categories in this game, one was about leap years and the other was about leaps. (No lizards were involved). The players got all the clues except the $2000 one in the last round.


($200) May 10: The Centennial Exposition opens in Philadelphia

($400) October 14: U.N. & Chinese forces begin the Battle of Triangle Hill

($600) December 20: South Carolina secedes from the Union

($800) August 31: Brazil’s Senate impeaches Dilma Rousseff

($1000) January 24: Apple’s Macintosh computer goes on sale


($400) With a 26′ 5-1/2″ jump right in Der Fuehrer’s face, Jesse Owens took the long jump gold medal at this city’s 1936 Olympics

($800) In 1932 this “Babe” set a record in the women’s high jump that stood for 7 years

($1200) In 1987 this alliterative woman, Flo-Jo’s sister-in-law, tied the world long jump record

($1600) In 1968 the high jump was revolutionized by the new technique alliteratively called the Fosbury this

*($2000) The world high jump record of 8 feet 1/2 inch was set in 1993 by Javier Sotomayor of this country

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